Our world has been transformed. Expressing itself first as practical struggle for a decent standard of living leading to a new struggle for our survival.
Archive: April 2021
Women are standing up for their families and their communities. Women are forming new organizations and networks of individuals.
Migrant detainee reaches 100-day mark on hunger strike, state-level proposal to ban private detention passes the House
The hunger strikes are part of broader efforts to shut down NWDC, a goal that now seems closer with the passage of HB 1090 in state of Washington.
One of the most obvious effects of the pandemic is the loss of jobs, income, housing/evictions, no healthcare, or food insecurity.
On December 15, 2020, the city of Santa Barbara changed a street name from “Indio Muerto” (Dead Indian) to Hutash, which means Earth mother.
I asked the woman why she was coming here (United States) and she told me she was 28 years old and she had come at age 14 with her father and brothers who were since deported. She explained that she had spent more than half of her life in Detroit. Why? “Porque soy de aquí.”
The oil and gas industry run this state and control the GOP that holds most of the political power. The energy market is unregulated.
We need a system designed to do what we need it to do – ensure the well-being of the people, a cooperative system, not an exploitative one.
Politicians must be replaced with true representatives of the people, who have no ties to the corporations.
On day one of his presidency, Biden announced his immigration plan titled the U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021.
BNHR Statement on the Biden Administration’s Continuation of Trump-Era Policies & Rhetoric Criminalizing Immigrants & Asylum Seekers
Migrating to the United States to flee persecution and crisis is not a decision that can be postponed until it is convenient for the White House.
Bus driver says that before crossing into this country migrants are tested for Covid-19. Then, at Catholic Charities RGV, they are tested again.
For the restoration of the asylum system, it is necessary to completely eliminate the MPP program.
These deportations were carried out under Title 42, first invoked by the Trump administration after the start of the coronavirus outbreak.
Violence against Asian American communities is part of a larger system of violence and racism against all communities of color.
His voice could be gentle. But there was no mistaking the fury of his love for farmworkers as the most exploited and oppressed of the working class.